|Joy Harjo lecture, Native American women writers, August, 1985 - Harjo, Joy|
First half of a Joy Harjo lecture on Native American women writers. She talks about Native culture, history, oppression, and worldview, and also looks at the riches to be found in Euro-American culture. Harjo reads and discusses works by Native women, including "Why stone does not sing by itself," by Anita Endrezze-danielson, "Story from bear country," by Leslie Marmon Silko, "The strange people," by Louise Erdrich, "The dust will settle," by Luci Tapahonso, "At Mexican Springs," by Laura Tohe, ...
|Joy Harjo lecture, Native American women writers, August, 1985. - Harjo, Joy|
Second half of a Joy Harjo lecture about Native American women writers. Harjo discusses seeking and appreciating the value of both Native and white cultures. The lecture ends with Harjo reading a poem by Roberta Hill Whiteman, "Lines for marking time." (Continued from 85P092)